The Road(s) Taken – Weekly Photo Challenge

First of all, plan your route carefully…

dsc_0126oops! road block…

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re-trace steps, re-plan the route…

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If climbing up doesn’t work, maybe climbing down might…

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hmmm… swallowing might be a bit of a problem upside down, maybe I need a slight adjustment to the seating arrangements…

dscf7449ergh!… a revolving restaurant…

dscf7428Our little visitor has finally been dissuaded from this particular feeder.  I greased the wire with lard.  Last seen, he was having a really good wash, over and over and over again…  🙂

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About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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10 Responses to The Road(s) Taken – Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. That little devil! We had similar problems many years ago when we had a bird feeder. The only thing that worked was a baffle like yours, but with no branches near enough for any squirrels to make the leap. They’re almost unstoppable, though.

    janet

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  2. JF says:

    Terrific post!

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  3. Squirrels aren’t easily deterred, are they? Funny captures, Sandra. 🙂

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  5. Interesting take on the road taken by the squirrel! Naughty things! 🙂

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  7. HesterLeyNel says:

    Great post that put a smile on my face

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  8. jellico84 says:

    Loved it! We recently discovered that our complex’s resident Ol’ Scratus has a female friend. They’ve been seen doing the dirty in the courtyard, and stealing nuts from the neighbor’s feeder.

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